THE BLACK CAULDRON (1985): Written by: Lloyd Alexander (Original Book Series), Ted Berman, Vance Gerry, Joe Hale, David Jonas, Roy Morita, Richard Rich, Art Stevens, Al Wilson & Peter Young This is a controversial one for many reasons. It basically Disney-fies a semi-popular children’s novel (The Chronicles of Prydain, which […]
The Joke’s on You! This is our last comic movie review of 2019! On this week’s show: The Ghosts finally review one of the most talked about movies of the year, when they chat about Todd Phillips’ Joker. But what exactly did they say about it? Stay tuned! Plus, […]
PETER PAN (1953) Written by: J.M. Barrie (original work), Ted Sears, Erdman Penner, Bill Peet, Winston Nibler, Joe Rinaldi, Milt Banta, Ralph Wright & Bill Cottrell Arguably one of Disney’s most famous movies, particularly for its era, and it’s funny because it’s one of the few that’s REALLY famous for non-Disney-related […]
I love Nippy13’s art so much. CINDERELLA (1950) Written By: Charles Perrault (original), Ken Anderson, Perce Pearce, Homer Brightman, Winston Hibler, BilL Peet, Erdman Penner, Harry Reeves, Joe Rinaldi, Ted Sears & Maurice Rapf So in 1950, after YEARS of being forced to make cheap-ass “Compilations Of Shorts” films, Walt Disney […]
The Ghosts are joined by Rob’s wife, Amanda, to review the latest cinematic comic book treat, Hellboy! Is it a Devilish Delight or Hell on Earth? Listen on to find out!
With winter in my rear view mirror, you’d think that my seasonal depression would have finally lapsed, and with it my uncomfortable and ever present insomnia would finally take it’s leave. However, now my body is still getting used to the Daylight Savings Time and the longer days means more […]
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The Ghosts went and saw the new DC movie, Shazam, and now you get to reap the reward of their spoileriffic review of it! Did it bring the Thunder, or was it an absolute Sin?
DUMBO (1941) Dumbo came on the heels of a couple of financial failures (Pinocchio & Fantasia), and so was one of the first Disney movies made “on the cheap”. However, this cheapness in animation allowed the directors to focus on acting rather than showing off fancy backgrounds, and so we got one of the more […]